Kia Niro: Wireless Power Charger System / Wireless Charging Lamp Repair procedures

Removal
  

Handling wireless charging system parts by wet hands may cause electric shock.

Put on gloves to protect your hands.

  

When prying with a flat-tip screwdriver or use a prying trim tool, wrap it with protective tape, and apply protective tape around the related parts, to prevent damage.

Use a plastic panel removal tool to remove interior trim pieces to protect from marring the surface.

Take care not to bend or scratch the trim and panels.

1.

Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.

2.

Remove the gear knob & boots (A) pull both of it up.

3.

Remove the console upper cover (A) by using a remover.

4.

Disconnect the console upper cover connectors (A).

5.

Remove the console front tray (A) after loosening the mounting screws.

6.

Disconnect the console front tray connectors (A).

7.

Disconnect the wireless charging lamp connector (A).

8.

Remove the wireless charging lamp (A) after loosening the mounting screws.

Installation
1.

Install the wireless charging lamp.

2.

Connect the wireless charging lamp connector.

3.

Connect the console front tray connectors.

4.

Install the console front tray.

5.

Connect the console upper cover connectors.

6.

Install the console upper cover.

7.

Install the gear knob & boots.

8.

Connect the negative (-) battery terminal.

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